A Song for the Twentieth Century

Just to be tender, just to be true;Just to be glad the whole day through;Just to be merciful, just to be mild;Just to be trustful as a child;Just to be gentle and kind and sweet;Just to be helpful with willing feet;Just to be cheery when things go wrong;Just to drive sadness away with song;Whether the hour is dark or bright,Just to be loyal to God and right;Just to believe that God knows best;Just in His promises ever to rest;Just to let love be our daily key—This is God's will for you and me.

The Standard.

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